Thai Defense Industry Market Attractiveness Forecasts 2018 Report by SDI


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Buy the report "Future of the Thai Defense Industry – Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018" at US $1250 for a Corporate User PDF License from RnR Market Research Reports Library.The Future of the Thai Defense Industry – Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018 offers the reader an insight into the market opportunities and entry strategies adopted by foreign original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to gain a market share in the Thai defense industry.

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Thai Defense Industry Market Attractiveness Forecasts 2018 Report by SDI

  1. 1. RnR Market Research Offers “Future of the Thai Defense Industry – MarketAttractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018” Report at US$ 1250Single User License. The report got published in May 2013 & Contains 113 adds “Future of the Thai Defense Industry – Market Attractiveness, CompetitiveLandscape and Forecasts to 2018” new report on its database.In 2013, the Thai government allocated US$6.1 billion to its total defense budget, recording a CAGR of5.14% during the review period (2009-13). The country’s defense budget is further expected to grow at anestimated CAGR of 7.22% over the forecast period (2014-18), to reach US$8.7 billion in 2018. Thisconsistent increase is primarily driven by the need to compensate for the country’s historically low levelsof defense expenditure, as well as the fact that Thailand is located in a politically unstable region.Consequently, the Thai MoD is expected to procure a significant amount of military equipment during theforecast period.Thailand’s defense industrial base is largely undeveloped and, as a result, the country is highlydependent on foreign suppliers to meet its military needs. The modernization of Thailand’s armed forcesincreased imports substantially during the period 2011-2012. Sweden emerged as the largest supplier ofdefense equipment to the country, accounting for one third of total arms imports during 2008-2012. Whileaircraft were the most imported military hardware during this period, it is anticipated that, over the forecastperiod, the country will focus more on the procurement of helicopters, armored vehicles, and frigates.Inquire for Discount @ are compulsory for all defense procurements in the country exceeding US$10.4 million and
  2. 2. foreign investors are obligated to invest between 20% and 50% of their contract value into the Thaieconomy. Even though the government encourages offsets in order to enhance the defense industrialbase of the country, indirect offsets are also accepted and the country treats counter-purchase as aneligible offset activity. Additionally, if a foreign OEM is unable to fulfill its offset commitment, it is obligatedto pay 5% of the unfulfilled offset obligation as penalty.Reasons to buy- Understand the historical performance of the defense industry in Southeast Asia’s largest market,alongside future industry projections.- Gain insight into the key challenges and opportunities identified by influential suppliers and buyersinvolved in Thailand, enabling industry stakeholders to understand the business sentiment prevailing inthe industry.- Promote your capacity for growth by aligning your capabilities and business practices with the changingneeds of the Thai market.- Predict how the Thai national defense industry will grow, consolidate, and where it will stagnate.- Gain access to primary survey research conducted by Strategic Defence Intelligence across its B2Bpanels comprised of senior purchase decision makers and leading supplier organizations.Buy a Report Copy @ of Content1 Introduction1.1. What Is This Report About?1.2. Definitions1.3. Summary Methodology1.4. SDI Terrorism Index1.5. About Strategic Defence Intelligence2 Executive Summary3 Market Attractiveness And Emerging Opportunities3.1. Defense Market Size Historical And Forecast3.1.1. The Thai Defense Budget Expected To Grow At A CAGR Of 7.22% Over The Forecast Period3.1.2. Modernization Of The Armed Forces, Arms Race With Other Asian Countries And Border SecurityTo Drive Thai Defense Spending3.1.3. Defense Expenditure As A Percentage Of GDP Is Expected To Reach 1.49% By 20183.2. Analysis Of Defense Budget Allocation3.2.1. Capital Expenditure Allocation Is Expected To Increase Over The Forecast Period3.2.2. Expenditure On Army To Account Half Of The Total Defense Budget3.2.3. Air Force Expenditure To Grow At A CAGR Of 7.35% Over The Forecast Period3.2.4. Naval Expenditure Is Expected To Reach US$1.8 Billion By 20183.2.5. Thailand To Spend US$4.3 Billion On Support Services During The Forecast Period3.3. Homeland Security Market Size And Forecast3.3.1. Thai Homeland Security Spending Expected To Grow At A CAGR Of 2.08% Over The ForecastPeriod3.3.2. Counter Terrorism And Maritime Security To Drive Thai Homeland Security Expenditure3.3.3. Thailand Faces A High Level Of Threat From Foreign Terrorist Organizations3.3.4. Thailand Has A Terrorism Index Score Of “2.3”3.4. Benchmarking With Key Global Markets3.4.1. Thai Defense Expenditure Expected To Increase Over The Forecast Period3.4.2. Thai Defense Expenditure Is Relatively Smaller Than Other Asian Countries3.4.3. Thailand Defense Budget As A Percentage Of GDP Is Expected To Decline Over The Forecast
  3. 3. Period3.4.4. Iraq, Pakistan, And Afghanistan Are The Most Terror-Prone Countries3.5. Market Opportunities: Key Trends And Growth Stimulators3.5.1. Border Security3.5.2. Main Battle Tank (MBT)3.5.3. Multi Mission And Rescue Helicopters3.5.4. Transport Helicopters3.5.5. Anti-Ship Missiles3.5.6. Fighters And Multi-Role Aircraft3.5.7. Frigates4 Defense Procurement Market Dynamics4.1. Import Market Dynamics4.1.1. Thailands Defense Imports Are Expected To Increase Over The Forecast Period4.1.2. Sweden And Ukraine To Remain The Key Arms Suppliers To Thailand4.1.3. Helicopters And Armored Vehicles Are Expected To Be The Key Imports For Thailand4.2. Export Market Dynamics4.2.1. No Defense Exports For Thailand5 Industry Dynamics5.1. Five Forces Analysis5.1.1. Bargaining Power Of Supplier: Low5.1.2. Bargaining Power Of Buyer: High5.1.3. Barrier To Entry: Low To Medium5.1.4. Intensity Of Rivalry: High5.1.5. Threat Of Substitution: High6 Market Entry Strategy6.1. Market Regulation6.1.1. Thai Defense Industry Is Largely Driven By The Governments Offset Policy6.1.2. The Thai Defense Sector Is Partially Regulated6.2. Market Entry Route6.2.1. Defense Exhibitions Can Be Used As A Direct Entry Route To The Thai Defense Industry6.2.2. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) To Thailand6.2.3. Foreign Defense Organizations Venture Into The Market By Partnering With A Domestic DefenseFirm6.3. Key Challenges6.3.1. Negligible Defense Exports Pose A Challenge For Domestic Defense Companies6.3.2. Limited Defense Budget Discourages Investors From Market Entry6.3.3. Corruption And Lack Of Transparency Impede The Growth Of Thailands Defense Industry6.3.4. Presence Of Indirect Offset Hampers The Growth Of The Domestic Defense Sector7 Competitive Landscape And Strategic Insights7.1. Competitive Landscape Overview7.2. Key Private Sector Companies7.2.1. Avia Saab Technologies Co. Ltd.: Overview7.2.2. Avia Saab Technologies Co. Ltd.: Products And Services7.2.3. Avia Saab Technologies Co. Ltd.: Recent Announcements And Strategic Initiatives7.2.4. Avia Saab Technologies Co. Ltd.: Recent Contract Wins7.2.5. Avia Satcom: Overview7.2.6. Avia Satcom: Products And Services7.2.7. Avia Satcom: Alliances7.2.8. Avia Satcom: Recent Contract Wins7.2.9. Infowave (Thailand) Co., Ltd.: Overview7.2.10. Infowave (Thailand) Co., Ltd.: Products And Services7.2.11. Infowave (Thailand) Co., Ltd.: Alliances
  4. 4. 8 Business Environment And Country Risk8.1. Demographics8.1.1. Total Rural Population8.1.2. Total Urban Population8.1.3. Number Of Households8.2. Economic Performance8.2.1. GDP Per Capita At Constant Prices8.2.2. GDP At Current Prices (US$)8.2.3. Exports Of Goods And Services (Current US$ BN)8.2.4. Imports Of Goods And Services (Current US$ BN)8.2.5. Gross National Disposable Income (US$ BN)8.2.6. Manufacturing Output (US$ BN)8.2.7. Consumer Price Index8.2.8. Wholesale Price Index8.2.9. LCU Per US$ (Period Average)8.2.10. LCU Per Euro (Period Average)8.2.11. Lending Rate (%)8.2.12. Deposit Rate (%)8.2.13. Real Interest Rate (%)8.2.14. Market Capitalization Of Listed Companies (US$ BN)8.2.15. Market Capitalization Of Listed Companies (% Of GDP)8.2.16. Total Government Cash Surplus/Deficit (LCU Billion)8.2.17. Government Cash Surplus/Deficit As A Percentage Of GDP (LCU)8.2.18. Central Government Debt (LCU Billion)8.2.19. Central Government Debt As A Percentage Of GDP (LCU)8.2.20. Goods Exports As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.21. Goods Imports As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.22. Goods Balance As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.23. Services Imports As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.24. Service Exports As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.25. Services Balance As A Percentage Of GDP8.2.26. Foreign Direct Investment, Net (Bop, Current US$ Billions)9 Appendix9.1. About SDI9.2. DisclaimerFor more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: / +18883915441Website: